she went missing in 2002. and then after about 15 months, some time in 2003, she was removed from the fbi database because, according to the cleveland police department, there is a certain protocol that someone who is missing, an adult, that it must be verified with a family member, friend or someone that she remains missing. apparently they were unable to do so and that's why she was removed from the fbi's adult missing database. however, cleveland police maintain, don, that they have kept that case open all these years. in fact, in 2012, our sources tell us, tell my colleague pam brown that, in fact, her missing person status was verified. it's unclear why she wasn't put back into the fbi database at that time. don? >> susan, can you tell me more about ariel castro? he's on what police are calling a suicide prevention.